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Synonyms for rapture

Synonyms for rapture

Synonyms for rapture

a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion

a state of elated bliss

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The Rapture Index has a list of 45 categories being assessed to rate whether the probability of Rapture is high or low.
It didn't matter that Jenner's unhinged vocals were saying something as mindless as house of jealous lovers over and over again, The Rapture was the home team, and they were singing the fight song for a new sound.
Our mission is to bring awareness of the Rapture to the World by providing our Rapture Detector.
The Rapture - described by the producers as "The Da Vinci Code meets The Bourne Supremacy" - is about an artefact smuggler, played by Martin Kemp, who tries to steal an ancient spear that purportedly bears the DNA of Christ.
If three of them fail to log in for six days running the system assumes that the rapture is under way and sends out the messages giving the godless one last chance for redemption.
And the Argentine needed every bit of feel, distance, forgiveness and consistency for which the Raptures are renowned to hold off Tiger Woods.
Lencioni noted that small-scale reports of favorable experiences with RFA in lung cancer are starting to come in from centers that were not involved in the RAPTURE study.
If you are reading this, it might simply be a sign that Armageddon did not happen this morning -- or it did and the rapture left you behind.
In The Rapture Exposed (Boulder: Westview, 2004) Barbara Rossing addresses the origins, flaws, and negative consequences in rapture theology.
The Rapture play the disco-punk-funk (or whatever you want to call it) that makes the sportcoat-wearin' nerds and chicks in leg warmers freak out.
The rapture doctrine, based on literalist and erroneous interpretations of I Thess.
They were familiar with the teaching that says the Rapture will be followed by seven years of trials and tribulations, at the end of which Jesus will come to earth once again to lead the forces of good against the forces of evil in the battle known as Armageddon.
LAST week's Vibe cover stars, The Rapture, slotted nicely into a bill of rock and roll debauchery, organised in the name of NME promoting its favourite acts of the year.
Regular listeners to the likes of both Zane Lowe and Pete Tong will have heard much of The Rapture in recent times.
They have been called both musical grave-robbers and cutting-edge pioneers of 21st-century punk-funk, but it is no surprise that the critics cannot pin down The Rapture when their music is a reservoir of paradoxes.